Does no one know how to play this game?

Those who organized the mass multiethnic chimp-out in Chicago are celebrating their defeat of the Evil Donald Trump. 

Meanwhile, millions of white Americans, or as they were historically known, Americans, are deciding they had better vote for the only candidate who is going to deal with the invasion of America.

And if you weren’t already convinced that Ted Cruz is not the man for the job, his response to the situation should suffice.

Ted Cruz hit The Donald on such violence, saying his campaign bears some responsibility for encouraging it. “A campaign bears responsibility for creating an environment when the candidate urges supporters to engage in physical violence,” Cruz declared on Fox News’s The Kelly File Friday night.

I’ve never supported Cruz in any way because he’s a Goldman-Sachs creature, and I don’t regard him as being eligible for the presidency anyhow, the various emanations and penumbras that declare him a “natural born citizen” notwithstanding. But the political tone-deafness that he is showing here is truly astonishing.

Meanwhile, Mike Cernovich brings us news about the Washington Post’s contribution to the media’s desperate anti-Trump campaign:

Jabin Botsford has been ordered by Washington Post reporter Ben Terris to cover up a media hoax, we can now report. (Credit for these shocking revelations goes to this Internet sleuth.)

When Michelle Fields was nudged during a Donald Trump press conference, Ben Terris blamed Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski. Fields went on the media circuit, accusing Lewandowski of assault. Her accusation was later revealed to be false.

Yet the story goes deeper. The Washington Post is actively covering up the false accusation against Trump’s campaign.

Trump’s decision to cancel the rally is looking more and more like his previous decision to skip the Fox debate; he knows a trap when he sees it and isn’t afraid to take action to evade it.